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Tennis Betting Explained
There are many ways in which you can bet on Tennis and with hundreds of matches played every week, you’re never short of options. Of course, the most popular way to bet on tennis is via the money line, which is simply betting on which player will win the match. You can also bet against the spread, known as set betting in tennis, which is usually set at +/-1.5 sets or +/-2.5 sets at the Grand Slam events. You can also bet on the number of sets or even games played during the match, as well as a host of player prop bets, such as most aces or most double faults.
Tennis Betting Today
Tennis is played near year-round, and with multiple tournaments played on tour each week, there is never a shortage of Tennis betting today. Here at Pickswise, we have a dedicated team of tennis handicapping experts that follow every glimpse of the tour, and provide the best tennis betting advice, information and news. All of our coverage will include our tennis picks today, and alongside those, a detailed preview of how we see the match going, the reasons why, and ultimately our best bets for that game. Check out all of our tennis betting today.
Tennis Betting Online
Tennis is a hugely popular sport to bet on online and with the sheer number of matches available, sportsbooks place considerable attention on the markets every day. Every major online sportsbook will have the main tennis markets such as money line odds, set betting, and a selection of set-by-set markets. The majority of sportsbooks will also offer a Live Betting product for online tennis betting, meaning you can wager on the game as the match is being played. If a favorite drops the opening few games or sets, you can get much bigger odds for them to turn it around and still secure the win, for example. Check out our Best Online Sportsbooks now to find the best place for your Tennis betting online, in your state.
Types of Tennis Betting
There are many ways in which you can bet on tennis, be it individual matches, sets, or the entire tournament itself, there is something for everyone. Here at Pickswise, our experts will preview all of the top men’s and women’s tennis tournaments, offering full insight into the best bets and outright winners, as well as match-by-match previews and betting advice across a variety of markets. Check out some of the most common types of tennis betting below.
Tennis Money Line Betting
The simplest form of betting on tennis. The tennis money line is a bet on which player you think will win the match. With no ties in tennis, there are only two outcomes and both player will have their own money line odds. Some of the bigger name favorites such as Djokovic, Nadal, or Federer will often have very shorts odds on the money line, as they’ll always be expected to win, when not facing one another. Looking away from the top players, however, you can find good value bets on the tennis money line.
Tennis Set Spread Betting
Tennis set spread betting is, as the name suggests, betting on a player to win or cover the spread on the sets. The majority of tennis matches will be played over 3 sets, so the set spread betting lines will be set at +/- 1.5 sets, meaning the favorite must win 2-0 to cover, and the underdog must win at least 1 set to cover. With the men’s Grand Slam tournaments played over 5 sets, these set betting spread lines can be either +/- 1.5 sets or +/- 2.5 sets. With +/- 2.5 set lines, this means the favorite must win 3-0 to cover the spread, or the underdog must win at least 1 set to cover the spread. With a lack of parity on the tours, particularly in the early stages of tournaments so betting on the spreads allows you to side with a strong favorite at viable odds or on an underdog that may not have enough to win, but enough to keep the game closer than expected.
Tennis Game Spread Betting
Tennis Game Spread Betting is similar to that of the Set Betting, except instead of a line on the sets, it’s on the number of games each player will win. Therefore a game spread refers to how many games each player will win across the entire match. If in an example of Rafael Nadal vs Andy Murray, Nadal is -4.5 on the games betting, he must win at least 5 more games than Murray across the match. If the match then ends in a 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 win to Nadal, he would have won 18 games (6+6+6) where Murray would have won 12 matches (4+4+4) therefore Nadal would cover the game spread of -4.5 as 18-4.5 is 13.5, thus more than Murray’s total of 12. Betting the tennis game spreads is a great leveller, allowing you to bet on either side of the line if you predict a blowout or a nervy close match.
Tennis Live Betting
Tennis Live Betting is an increasingly popular and exciting way to bet on a tennis match. As the name suggests, tennis live betting is betting on a tennis match after it has begun. The odds in live betting are dynamic and updated in real-time to reflect the on-court action. If a player breaks their opponent’s serve, you can expect to see their odds shorten. Likewise at the end of each set. While you won’t get as exhaustive a list of markets with Tennis Live Betting as you do pre-game, the most popular markets are available right until the end of the match. You will see some unique markets such as the next game-winner or the next set winner, that you wouldn’t have pre-match. We’ve all been there watching a match and thinking I think they’ll come back and win this, and with live betting, you can cash in on it if you are right.
Tennis Prop Betting
Tennis pro betting is a great way to have a side wager on a match without directly betting on the outcome of the game itself. A tennis prop bet is short for a tennis proposition bet, whereby you are betting on the proposition of a particular event happening or not happening within the game. In tennis, the most popular types of prop bets are things such as the player to have The Most Aces, Most Double Faults, or even who will win the first set, second set, etc. Tennis prop bets offer a greater variation to your betting and allow you to specialize even further to find a good value tennis bet.
Tennis Futures Betting
Tennis futures betting is a bet on the entire tournament rather than an individual match. As the name suggests, it’s a bet on something happening in the future. Of course, the most popular type of Tennis Future bet is to bet on a player to win the entire tournament. Odds for futures markets on the smaller tournaments will be available usually up to a week before, with odds available for the Grand Slam events, such as Wimbledon, offered considerably further ahead. You can also bet on other types of tennis futures such as a player to reach a certain stage of the tournament. This will usually be for a player to either reach the quarter-finals or semi-finals. These types of bets give you greater flexibility when you like a player to do well but probably not quite win the tournament outright.
Tennis Betting Tips
Here at Pickswise we provide the best free tennis betting tips around. Our expert tennis handicappers follow every piece of the ATP and WTA tennis action around the globe. With a tournament almost every week, we bring you daily coverage as the action unfolds, including our tennis betting tips on all of the major betting markets such as the money line, set line, or game totals. Check back daily for all of our tennis betting tips.
Tennis Matches Today
The action comes thick and fast on both the WTA and ATP tours, so keeping up can prove tricky and time consuming. Fear not, here at Pickswise, we bring you all of the best betting advice for all of the tennis matches today. Regardless of the tour or tournament, our expert handicappers will be previewing the top action daily.
ATP Tennis Rankings
ATP tennis rankings are the official world rankings for the Men’s tour. While ATP
tennis rankings are no exact science when it comes to betting on tennis, it can be a good gauge to figure out some of the lesser known players. Of course for decades the likes of Djokovic, Nadal and Federer have dominated the rankings, but the young guns of Medvedev, Zverev and Tsitsipas have all climbed the rankings in recent seasons. It’s also a great way to see which lower ranked players are improving and potentially unearth some good value bets.